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The exhaustive and ongoing pattern of reboots

One thing can be said about reboots: they won’t always feel the same as the originals. There are cases where cast members will bring...

Hollywood will only keep up its reboot-rewind phase for as long...

  As the excitement for Hollywood’s latest reboot movie “Dune” starts to die down, the complaints still remain. People fret that Hollywood is running out...

Will movie theaters survive the post-pandemic era?

Movie theater owners everywhere mourned as they realized their business model was incompatible with the pandemic, forcing them to close down for what was...

Radar Summer Movie Recommendations

  ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ By: Colin Carney, SSW For those of you looking for a thriller to watch over the summer, look no further than...

While COVID-19 has fast forwarded the rise of streaming services, it...

Courtesy of Wikimedia Commons It is an understatement to say that the ongoing pandemic has been nothing but...

Radar Oscar picks

Best Picture: “1917” By: Colin Carney   Fresh off its win for Best Picture and Best Director at the recent Golden Globes, “1917” stands poised to claim this...

Radar Replay: ‘Comet’ is a nuanced, experimental take on the typical...

Romantic comedies are abundant in Hollywood — unfortunately, so much so that they’ve begun to rely on tried-and-true cliches. The typical boy-meets-girl story is...

Battle at the box office

                    Now that summer has officially begun, so can the summer movie season as well. This summer is set to bring several heavy hitters in...

A Cursory Introduction to A24 Films

Anyone who claims that the film industry is in a state of creative bankruptcy pays too much mind to the franchises dominating the pop...

“A Day Without A Mexican” offers surreal look at California’s anti-immigration...

If you're looking for a high budget, high-profile cast documentary that exposes a novel human condition, then “A Day Without A Mexican” is not...